Hotel Paradise

Hotel Paradise By Carol Drinkwater, Hotel Paradise Genevieve Bowles is an award winning songwriter who visits the south of France to attend the Cannes film festival The day after the renowned festival s closing ceremony Genevieve is invited to visit
  • Title: Hotel Paradise
  • Author: Carol Drinkwater
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  • Page: 299
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  • Hotel Paradise By Carol Drinkwater, Genevieve Bowles is an award winning songwriter who visits the south of France to attend the Cannes film festival The day after the renowned festival s closing ceremony, Genevieve is invited to visit the newly refurbished Hotel Paradise Genevieve knows the hotel well in fact, her past life there has haunted her for over a decade Twelve years earlier, two travellersGenevieve Bowles is an award winning songwriter who visits the south of France to attend the Cannes film festival The day after the renowned festival s closing ceremony, Genevieve is invited to visit the newly refurbished Hotel Paradise Genevieve knows the hotel well in fact, her past life there has haunted her for over a decade Twelve years earlier, two travellers have met in Paris Genevieve dreams of becoming a famous songwriter, while Paul is determined to be a professional photographer Full of optimism, they hitch south to the Riviera where they answer an advertisement for live in help at the Hotel Paradise, located on an island just off the French coast There the young couple are seduced by the tranquility and magical beauty of the hotel and its setting But the island has a darker side, with a history of bloodshed that fills Genevieve with foreboding When a stranger arrives who threatens her future with Paul, Genevieve senses that events are about to spin out of control Anglo Irish actress Carol Drinkwater is still well known for her award winning portrayal of Helen Herriot in the BBC series All Creatures Great and Small A popular and acclaimed author and film maker as well, Carol has published twenty books for both the adult and young adult markets She is currently at work on her twenty first title When she purchased a rundown property overlooking the Bay of Cannes in France, she discovered almost seventy 400 year old olive trees Along with her French husband, Michel, Carol reclaimed the land and began producing top quality olive oil Her series of memoirs recounting their experiences on the farm The Olive Farm, The Olive Season, The Olive Harvest and Return to the Olive Farm have become international bestsellers, and the related travel books,The Olive Route and The Olive Tree, inspired the five part documentary film series, The Olive Route Carol s first Kindle Single, The Girl in Room Fourteen, reached the number one position in the Singles charts in both the United States and the UK.
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      Carol Drinkwater is an Anglo Irish actress, author and filmmaker.

    703 thoughts on “Hotel Paradise”

    1. Beginning and concluding in the present day, most of the story in Hotel Paradise occurs twelve years earlier when a young couple, who met by chance in Paris, make their way south to an island off the Cannes coast following an unknown path of adventure.Genevieve and Paul find themselves in a long forgotten, dusty hotel that might just be ready to awaken to their touches There is passion, a sense of adventure, hurt, grief and many other emotions, and the spell of the place fills their heads with d [...]


    2. I was transported to Paris then to a little island off Cannes as I read this story, a lovely afternoon s relaxation Genevieve and Paul meet again at the Hotel Paradise after 12 years and she relives her past affair with the man she thought was the love of her life The descriptions are so sensual, intense and immediate that the reader absorbs the Mediterranean ambience, filled with joy, passion, drama and grief You can almost see and smell the dusty rooms, the herbs in the garden, the sea crashin [...]


    3. Carol Drinkwater is a really good story teller I read this book twice, by mistake, I must admit because I did not recognise the story when I started reading it again Now that for me means that it is the kind of book that needs to be read a couple of times at least The first rushing through to get the story and the second to savour the writing of the story if that makes sense Some books I have to re read the final chapter to ween myself out of the story line because the writer has drawn me so tho [...]


    4. This is why I love short stories It has all the trappings of a fantastic novel The simplicity being that it is short leaves the reader wanting I went into it with very little knowledge and was quite happy with that approach I loved the sweeping narrative of our protagonist in her description of Paradise There was a bit of everything packed into this one romance, intrigue and suspense.


    5. Mediterranean SummerTwenty somethings looking for adventure grow up quickly with a series of unexpected events Wonderful setting, but I had trouble getting into the beginning I was too easily distracted I thought the initial writing lacked detail, but towards the middle of the story, I was able to follow and readily complete the book.


    6. Read and Enjoyed in one sittingI chose a novella outside of my usual preference, and was pleasantly surprised The outcome was as expected, but the story held my attention completely.


    7. Another great storyI love Carol Drinkwater writings It was bittersweet story about Gen and Paul love The writing is so vivid and simple That you can t help getting lost in writing and wish there was to read I think I will read one of her novel next.


    8. Ugh.I expected so much from this book I thought it would be mysterious and thrilling, that sort of thing It wasn t.I m such an idiot.Anyway, the book was okay by all means I just can t believe I thought it d be a thriller.




    9. I very much enjoyed this short not so perfect, happily ever after love story The details are such that you can see, hear, and relish in this short story.



    10. Short Story SweetThis book was short and sweet I loved the characters It is not your average romantic love story A good read nonetheless A story for older adults.



    11. Lovely little story which was warming to the heart Carol s descriptions of the Mediterranean as ever were wonderful and she transports you to another place very easily BRAVO


    12. A plausible storyline in an idyllic setting to transport the reader to a French island and the romantic rollercoaster ride of the characters Ideal read for the summer vacation.


    13. Fantasy, tragedy and realitySearching for oneself, making dreams for a time with love Then the lovers meet with tragedy and move on to their destiny.


    14. Easy readThis was a quick read Story was interesting and eSpeciallyfull of reflection Dreams shattered and a happy ending for


    15. Beautiful descriptionsI don t like short stories but this one is beautifully written I guess I m into happy endings A little too realistic for me Escapism is why I read


    16. A pretty slow start and a bit cheesy The ending was stronger but as a whole it was so so Quick read though.



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